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21), we have (x, y, z) —> (r, 0, #) point transformation and in eq. 22), it is (r, 6, 4>) —»(x, y, z) point transformation. 5 Relationships between space variables (x, y, z), (r, 6, and (p,
Each answer can be used once, more than once, or not at all. 10 A wedge is described by z = 0, 30° <
9) into eq. 2) and collecting terms. Thus A = (Ax cos